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St George's College offers a comprehensive curriculum to cater for all our pupils’ aspirations.
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During the National Institute of Allied Arts (NIAA) Speech and Drama Festival Saint George’s College managed to obtain three Honours Grades, thirteen First Grades (some of which were First Grade Plus’), two Second Grade Plus’, three Second Grades and one Third Grade Plus.
Here is a breakdown of the results:
Cleophas Aine – 1.B – Honours (Solo Recital)
Thulani Nzonzo – 2.N – Honours (Solo Recital)
Thulani Nzonzo and Dean Shumbanhete – F2 – Honours (News Reading)
Thulani Nzonzo – 2.N – 1 (Poetry)
Thulani Nzonzo – 2.N – 1 (Dramatic Improvisation)
Thulani Nzonzo and Tavonga Sibanda – F2 – 1 (Duologue)
Cleophas Aine – 1.B – 1 (Poetry)
Tonderai Shoniwa – 2.E – 1 (Solo Recital)
Munya Maigurira – 2.Q – 1 (Solo Recital)
Jeremy Munyeza – 2.E – 1 (Monologue)
Comfort Myambo and Zvinodaishe Kusangaya – F4 – 1 (Duo Dramatic Improvisation)
Comfort Myambo – F4 – 1 (Mime)
Neilsen Jamu – 4.4 – 1 (Poetry)
Tatenda Chitima – L6 – 1 (Monologue)
Tatenda Chitima – L6 – 1 (Solo Dramatic Improvisation)
Collin Chimbwanda – L6 – 1 (Monologue)
Innocent Chagonda – 2.E – 2+ (Solo Recital)
Tavonga Nzenza-Grant – 2.E – 2+ (Monologue)
Tatenda Chitima and Norman Chafa-Govha – L6 – 2 (Duo Dramatic Improvisation)
Rugare Mukanganga – U6 – 2 (Original Poetry)
Pegywell Makuchete – L6 – 2 (Solo Dramatic Improvisation)
Dean Shumbanhete – 2.N – 3+ (Solo Recital)
The adjudicators and directors were heavily impressed by the performances by the gentlemen of St. George’s College and even went on to ask some of them to continue with stage performances. Special mention must be made of our star performer, Thulani Nzonzo, with his two Honours Grades and three First Grades. Well done to all participants for representing the College well.